MORNING BRIEFING: Shooting, Twitter, Jersey boardwalk fire and Voyager I leaves the solar system



Police spent part of the night looking for a 60-year-old man suspected of shooting his ex-girlfriend’s male friend in the face in Spokane Valley. (KXLY)

The teens accused of killing 88-year-old veteran Delbert Belton pleaded not guilty. (S-R)

Washington State University is expected to get a big FAA grant toward researching aviation biofuels. (KREM)


A stretch of Jersey Shore boardwalk rebuilt after Hurricane Sandy was engulfed in flames and completely destroyed. (NYT)

At least 37 people died in a fire at a Russian psychiatric facility. (Reuters)

Voyager I, launched in 1977, has become the first man-made thing to leave the solar system. (NPR)

Twitter is moving toward an IPO. (Bloomberg)

Part-time workers at Trader Joe’s will no longer get health care benefits. (Huffington Post)

Because of a glitch, United Airlines briefly sold tickets online for as little as $2.50. (LA Times)